*Motor yacht *2Ladies available for a Caribbean Christmas cruise **
The 46.35m (152’) motor yacht 2Ladies is available to charter in the Caribbean from 19 to 26 December at a rate of €210,000 per week
This steel displacement yacht was created by a collaboration between Mulder Design, Studio Spadolini and Italy’s Rossinavi yard and wows with a high volume, sophisticated interior and high quality finish.
2Ladies was designed for worldwide cruising in all weathers and has a range of over 4,500 nautical miles. Full Lloyd’s classification makes sure that each trip will be made at the highest level of safety, while Naiad zero speed stabilisers ensure smooth anchoring at all times.
Three decks offer lots of gathering areas: from the main deck with a large dining area for up to 10 persons to the wheel house deck with a comfy seating area aft with coffee tables and a generous seating & sunbathing area on the fore deck to the fully equipped fly bridge with sun loungers, sunbathing area, Jacuzzi, bar, & BBQ, guests are spoilt for choice.
All decks can be accessed via a glass elevator, which is embedded in the exposed staircase, and represents the centerpiece of this imposing yacht. The elevator is also suitable for wheel chairs (maximum width 23 inches).
The staircase is made from ebony and steel, whereas the steps are made from travertine marble, treated to resemble orange peel. The marble‘s porosity was enhanced so that the light flushes the structure; thus the steps are illuminated in a warm, glowing way.
2Ladies’ contemporary, minimalist interior, designed by Studio Spadolini, features walnut wood floorings mixed with brushed ash wood, glossy varnished ebony and ceilings with lacquered and illuminated panels, creating an airy ambience.
Accommodation is for 12 guests in two master suites with king sized beds, two double staterooms with queen sized beds and two twin cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities.
Water toys include a Castoldi tender, two Yamaha Waverunners, diving equipment and a selection of towables.
2Ladies charters through Ocean Independence.